Although corporate learners may be learners in their own right, they are not the same as regular learners. The purpose of corporate learning is to provide learners with sufficient or high-level skills to be able to function effectively throughout their careers. Organizations can use it to learn, apply, explore, and share knowledge between employees, their colleagues, and management levels within an organization.
Learning how to motivate learners has been a challenge for decades. We are often faced with the question, “How can we engage learners more effectively and efficiently with technology that is constantly on the rise and changing by the day?” In spite of the fact that there are numerous answers to this question, we are aware that it requires multiple approaches to be addressed.
As you are well versed in ways to be more productive in the mornings and through your daily work routine, it is time to consider how to be successful during your personal time as well as all the challenges you face. When it comes down to it, is downtime truly “down” time? When you arrive home, are you able to actually relax? You may feel overwhelmed with dozens of tasks in order to take care of your home, family, pets, and any other daily necessities. This third installment of the productivity blog will focus on making each of those tasks seem more enticing, creative, positive, and most importantly, productive.
Personalized learning is the most recent buzz term in the L&D space. It has become like a ‘religion’ of sorts. You have to believe in it, and you have to live and breathe it. However, we are unsure if everyone talking about it knows what it means. If you are one of those people, this is what personalized learning means: “an approach to education that considers differences in learners’ backgrounds, skills, interests and learning preferences and uses these differences to inform the design of curriculum and instruction.”
WeLearn and our partner the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) are excited to announce that we won three Brandon Hall Awards. The 2021 Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards are given for work in Learning and Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, Sales Performance, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and Future of Work.
As we enter the dog days of summer, our thoughts undoubtedly turn to the 4th quarter, while simultaneously thinking about planning for the upcoming year and reflecting on the past year. Reporting on the impacts of the investments in learning you made in the current year – and asking for new investments in the upcoming year. It can all be a bit nerve wracking. In a recent HBR article “Make Sure Your Company’s Reskilling Efforts Pay Off”, the author shared four measures of success that we believe apply to reskilling – or any learning project.